| Private Limited|
| Venture capital|
| Benjamin Chong, Ari Klinger, Garry Visontay|
Sydney Seed Fund is a technology investment fund based in Sydney, Australia. Upon foundation, the fund raised $1.9 million for the eight-year investment period, with the aim to invest about $48,000 to $144,000 in 20 early-stage Australian tech start-up companies.
Sydney Seed Fund Wikipedia
Founded in 2013 by Right Click Capital general partners Benjamin Chong, Ari Klinger and serial angel investor, Garry Visontay, the inaugural Sydney Seed Fund seeks to invest $100,000 in 20 companies. The fund focuses of young, high-growth Internet and technology companies that are less than 18 months old and that have growth potential.
In May 2013, the fund announced an investment in 20 tech start-ups companies over the next two to three years. According to the officials, each investment company will receive $50,000 to $150,000, a total of $US 1.8 million.
In September 2013, the Sydney Seed Fund, alongside Grand Prix Capital, and the Founder Institute, supported Australian Graduate School of Management's 12-week initiative program, during which MBA students from the AGSM at UNSW Australia partnered with start-up companies, immersing the student in an entrepreneurial business.
The firm is advised by a board of investors including Jeffrey Paine (Golden Gate Ventures), Adeo Ressi (Founder Institute), David Siemer (Siemer & Associates) and Fadi Bishara (Sinbad Ventures).